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    which sentence should I use?

    *(it= a cretin tool I'm telling about)

    It helps keep outputs standard when more than one person is involved or when one ‎person produces many items over time (for example, blog posts).‎

    It helps keeping outputs standard when more than one person is involved or when ‎one person produces many items over time (for example, blog posts).‎

    It helps to keep outputs standard when more than one person is involved or when ‎one person produces many items over time (for example, blog posts).‎

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    Exclamation Re: which sentence should I use?

    Quote Originally Posted by falfuly View Post
    *(it= a cretin tool I'm telling about)

    It helps keep outputs standard when more than one person is involved or when one ‎person produces many items over time (for example, blog posts).‎

    It helps keeping outputs standard when more than one person is involved or when ‎one person produces many items over time (for example, blog posts).‎

    It helps to keep outputs standard when more than one person is involved or when ‎one person produces many items over time (for example, blog posts).‎
    You can use either the 1st or the 3rd sentence.

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